McDonough, by all accounts, is highly attuned to protocol and etiquette in hierarchy-minded Washington.
But late last week, the temperamental supermodel earned high praise for being demure and appearing according to etiquette.
etiquette Scholar also has some clever tips that pertain directly to business lunches.
I had never and have never since seen such a quick reversal of mood and etiquette.
A decorous group of nine panelists presented their positions one at a time, following distinctly un-Israeli rules of etiquette.
By the etiquette of the duello, I might have insisted upon having the choice; but I was too angry to stand upon punctilios.
You know better than any one else the etiquette of the Spanish Court.
Men are less inclined to certain forms of etiquette than women.
For that breach of etiquette I had to humiliate you that Royal dignity might be preserved.
The state of his foot didn't enter into the question at all, but official "etiquette" was in danger of being outraged.
1750, from French étiquette "prescribed behavior," from Old French estiquette "label, ticket" (see ticket).
The sense development in French perhaps is from small cards written or printed with instructions for how to behave properly at court (cf. Italian etichetta, Spanish etiqueta), and/or from behavior instructions written on a soldier's billet for lodgings (the main sense of the Old French word).